Can your political views get you fired? Workers across the country are asking that question a lot these days as they navigate our current political climate. Check out our Workplace Fairness Senior Advisor in her recent radio interview with KOGO News Radio 600 San Diego. Issues of Retaliation for Political Activity as well as Privacy in the Workplace are discussed in the interview and at Workplace Fairness.

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Can Your Political Views Affect Your Job?

KOGO News Radio 600 San Diego

Workplace Fairness Senior Advisor Paula Brantner discusses protections, and lack thereof, for workers who attend rallies, post political views on social media or voice political opinions at work.

Today's Workplace more

9th Circuit Revists Ruling on Unequal Pay in Some Situations

Passman &. Kaplan, PC, Attorneys At Law

How the Canadians Are Trying to Use NAFTA to Raise Your Wage

Celeste Drake

Wage gap between blacks and whites is larger today than it was 40 years ago

Luke Barnes

OSHA's Claims About Hiding Information on Worker Deaths Fall Flat

Rebecca Reindel

The Right Wing Has a Vast, Secret Plot to Destroy Unions for Good. Here’s How to Fight Back.

Shaun Richman

In the Courts more

Diego v. City of Los Angeles

Reversing a four million dollar damages verdict in the case of two police officers who complained that the LAPD engaged in discrimination against Hispanic officers because their claims had been based on an improper legal theory and failed to submit sufficient evidence in support of their claim of retaliation.

September 21, 2017

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In the News

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Economists lobby for $15 minimum wage

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Trump to nominate management-side lawyer Peter Robb for NLRB general counsel

Google puts women in lower level, lower paying jobs, new lawsuit says

House Republicans are trying to block an Obama-era program to track the gender pay gap

Google Sued by Women Workers Claiming Gender Discrimination

Mining safety agency proposes relaxing inspection rule for hard rock mines

The Gender Pay Gap Narrowed in 2016. But Only by 2 Cents.

This is what happens when you pay women to take maternity leave

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